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From Ryan J Ollos <rjol...@apache.org>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache Bloodhound 0.8 Released
Date Tue, 06 Jan 2015 08:39:51 GMT
The Apache Bloodhound team is pleased to announce the availability
of the 0.8 release.

Apache Bloodhound is a tool to track progress and defects in software products.

Standing on the shoulders of the mature Trac project, Bloodhound provides issue
tracking, repository browsing and wiki functionality.

On top of this Bloodhound aims to provide intuitive support for managing
multiple software projects, an user-friendly interface and simple installation,
incorporating the some of Trac's best plugins.

In this release we added a number of enhancements and fixed many issues:

 - i18n internationalization.
 - Quick Create Ticket form sets product based on context and forwards
values to the ticket form when "More fields" is selected.
 - Fixed caching issue that prevented product-scope trac-admin
commands from taking effect immediately.
 - Improved presentation of the Products page.
 - Improvements to ticket timeline (comments section).
 - BloodhoundSearch now supports Whoosh >= 2.5.1 (upgraded from 2.4.1).
 - Fixed several errors in BloodhoundRelations validation logic.
 - Bootstrap template for the Roadmap and Edit Product views.
 - Bloodhound installer support for MySQL database.
 - Product edits were always reported as anonymous.
 - Quick Create Ticket displays the last created ticket for a short
time after it is created.
 - Numerous other important fixes and minor enhancements.

 - Not fixed for this release
   - Cache is not properly refreshed for resources including wiki
pages, components and permissions; leading to stale data being
displayed after INSERTs and DELETEs (#614, #620, #681, #719, #748).
   - Products cannot be deleted (#517).
   - Duplicate relation is not added when batch modifying tickets (#761).
   - TicketDeleter component can't be used with BloodhoundTheme (#427).
   - No product-scope permission checks on the global dashboard (#572).
   - Inconsistencies in query views when running PostgreSQL (#730).

 The release can be downloaded from:

For further information, please visit the project website at

The Apache Bloodhound Team

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